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Comments on a promotional Youtube video for the app compare the process to a job interview, and a user on a Reddit thread about the app said it “sound like an anxiety attack waiting to happen.”There is something eerie about the standard dating app set-up, in which users don’t know how many other people a match is chatting with, and so gauging relative and appropriate investment levels is practically impossible.
Although it’s kind of a roundabout way to get there, the elimination process does end up being more similar to real life.